Don Juan Tenerio

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a) Datos generales. 1. Título de la obra: Don Juan Tenerio | 2. Año de publicación: 1844 | 3. Autor: José Zorrilla | 4. Biografía: Escritor español. Escritor español. Es el principal representante del romanticismo medievalizante y legendario. En 1833 ingresó en la Universidad de Toledo como estudiante de leyes, y en 1835 pasó a la Univerisdad de Valladolid. José Zorrilla publicó sus primeros versos en el diario vallisoletano El Artista. | 5. Producción literaria: Cuentos de un loco (1853), Recuerdos del tiempo viejo (1880) |

b) Análisis de la Forma. 1. Estructura: Cuatro actos, capitulo diecinueve | c) Análisis del contenido. 1. Género literario: teatro | 2. Tema: El amor, hechos geograficos y históricas | 3. Narrador (punto de vista): Primera persona | 4. Personajes: Principales- Don Juan, Don Luis, Don Ines, Dona Ana de PantojaSecundarios- Don Diego, Don Gonzalo, Abadesa, Brigida, Marcos CiuttiAntagónicos- La Estatua Ambientales | 5. Tiempo de la obra: Medieval | 6. Espacio: La acción en Servilla por los anos de 1545 | 7. Argumento: Don juan y Don Luis tienen una apuesta para ver quien pueden hacer mas daño durante el curso del próximo doce meses. | 8. Conflicto y solución: Don Gonzalo es el papa de la muchacha que don juan se quiere casar. Don Gonzalo quiere oir las cosas malas que don juan esta haciendo. Don juan y don luis cayeron arresto, pero sus amigos los liberados. | 9. Recursos narrativos: Dialogo |

d) Apreciación Crítica

Creo que haciendo las cosas malas que Don Juan esta haciendo no le esta ayudando para casarse con la hija de Don Gonzalo. Don Luis siempre le empuja a Don Juan para hacer algo que no se hace. Creo que Don Juan hace estas cosas por que quiere hacer el héroe romántico que rompe todas las reglas.…...

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